The most defining trait of two handed swords remains the requirement of both hands in order to wield the weapon. These large Renaissance swords remained in popular use throughout the 15th and 16th centuries, and they could reach up to six feet in length in the largest examples. Double handed swords were also sometimes called Zweihanders and great swords. In battle, functional two hand sword could be swung powerfully in order to crush the heavy armor of opponents. Following the disappearance of armor due to the growing use of firearms in the late 16th century, most two handed swords began to be used as ceremonial weapons. At Buying a Sword, we carry many excellent battle ready and decorative two handed swords in a range of styles. Our selection includes two handed Viking swords, two handed Danish swords, two handed Crusader swords, and two handed fantasy swords, among other designs. Whether you are looking for an impressive weapon to display or a powerful training sword, you will discover excellent options here.
This bloodthirsty fantasy sword has recently fed in battle, judging by the eye-catching appearance of its painted blade. The Blood Drip Fantasy Short Sword makes a stunning decorative weapon to showcase in your home.
This wicked fantasy sword looks as though it has recently seen combat with the bloody pattern painted across its blade. The Blood Drip Hooked Fantasy Short Sword makes an excellent ornamental blade for displaying.
Perfect for re-enactors, collectors, or modern warriors, the Bosworth Long Sword serves as an excellent historical sword replica and battle ready blade. The medieval long sword looks stunning and feels great to use.
Just because you are a poet, that does not make you incompetent. With the Caesura Kingkiller Sword, you can wield the same weapon as the musician-adventurer Kvothe from The Kingkiller Chronicle, emulating his power and determination.
The Crusader sword is one of the more easily recognizable swords, once you are close enough to see the cross on its wheel pommel. This Classic Crusader Sword offers a realistic option to finish off your medieval ensemble or display.
One of the greatest parts of collecting weaponry is marveling at all of the different designs that have been used throughout the ages. This Coffin Pommel Bastard Sword features clean lines and a sleek look that is difficult to beat.
As a great testament to your past adventures, you boast a large sword collection. Among this array of swords is the Cruciform Medieval Knights Sword. This stainless-steel sword looks wonderful on display in any home or office.
Slash through the castle guard with waves of swift, bold movement. A fierce, bladed weapon with extended range is vital for the one set against the many. Let no foe escape your deathblow with the Dark Reaper Bladed Staff.
When a wolf loses their pack, leaves it behind, or is cast out, they must persevere to survive. That is the inspiration behind this gorgeous Eindride Lone Wolf Sword With Scabbard, a sword created with the fierce lone wolf in mind.
Wolves are known as social animals, but when they lose or are left behind by their pack, they must fight to live. They are the inspiration behind the Eindride Lone Wolf Sword With Scabbard and Belt, a stunning, functional sword.
The name Erland is derived from an old Norse term meaning foreigner. Just take one look at the Erland Sword with Scabbard, and it is easy to see why this blade, with its unique, almost alien hilt, was named in such a way.
You know the story. A mysterious traveler burdened by their past comes ashore in a strange land. Thrust into a world of adventure, the traveler becomes a hero. The Erlund Sword with Scabbard and Belt will put you in this same position.